|Title||A Dog's Loyalty|
|Speaker||Zachary Hale Comstock|
|Date||December the 18th, 1899|
Transcript: As a boy, I had a dog named Bill. Like all dogs, Bill was a loyal friend. If we had not fed him, Bill would have been loyal. If we had struck him, Bill would have been loyal. Only when the colored man can make that claim will he take his place in society.
Location: In the "Whites only" restroom in the Arcade.